Robert Kalloch

Kostüme - USA
Borndate unknown

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The day of birth of Robert Kalloch is not on record. He is an American Kostüme, known for Angels over Broadway (1940), His Girl Friday (1940), The bitter tea of general Yen (1933), Robert Kalloch's first movie on record is from 1933. His last motion picture on file dates from 1941.

Robert Kalloch Filmography [Auszug]
1941: [12.11] H.M. Pulham, Esq. (Costume Design), Directed by King Vidor, with Robert Young, Van Heflin, Charles Halton,
1941: [08/08] Whistling in the Dark (Costume Design), Directed by S. Sylvan Simon, with Red Skelton, Conrad Veidt, Ann Rutherford,
1941: [/ /1] Shadow of the thin man (Costume Design), Directed by W. S. Van Dyke, with Loring Smith, William Powell, Henry O'Neill,
1940: [09.30] Angels over Broadway (Before I die) (Costume Design), Directed by Ben Hecht, Lee Garmes, with Rita Hayworth, Douglas Fairbanks jr., Jimmy Conlin,
1940: [] His Girl Friday (Costume Design), Directed by Howard Hawks, with Alma Kruger, Cliff Edwards, Abner Biberman,
1934: [05.03] Twentieth Century (20th Century) (Costume Design: (gowns) (/xx/) ), Directed by Howard Hawks, with John Barrymore, Carole Lombard, Walter Conolly,
1933: [] The bitter tea of general Yen (Costume Design), Directed by Frank Capra, with Nils Asther, Walter Connolly, Gavin Gordon,

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